Find history in the Hudson Valley
Visit Hill-Hold and Brick House Museums Orange County NY and see what life was like on a Hudson Valley farm in the 1830’s.
Museum Village is a 19th century recreated village and museum in Monroe NY that houses thousands of historic artifacts in approximately 20 buildings.
The Saugerties Lighthouse is an 1869 landmark beacon on the Hudson River that stands proudly as a Living Museum and a renowned Bed & Breakfast.
The Trolley Museum of New York through exhibits and educational programs shares the rich history of rail transportation.
The Historic Barns of Nipmoose (the Scottish Barn, German Barn and Corn Crib) are extraordinary examples of early timber framed structures.
The Orange County Farmers Museum offers an extensive collection of farming implements and tools, hands on demonstrations and free events.
The Neversink Valley Area Museum preserves and documents the history of the peoples and industry of the Catskill's Neversink and Shawangunk valleys.
Edward Hopper House in Nyack, New York is the birthplace of the renowned American artist Edward Hopper (1882-1967).
The Friends of Lindenwald are a not-for-profit organization advancing the preservation of Lindenwald and the artifacts associated with President Van Buren.
The purpose of the Fishkill Historical Society shall be to gather and preserve information, objects, and resources relating to the history of Fishkill, NY.
Where once stood the Revolutionary War Fishkill Supply Depot, now squats a mall and some restaurants and gas stations.
Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum operates a historical and contemporary museum, education center, and gathering place for the fly fishing community.